Woman who stabbed stranger with stiletto on night out receives $250 fine
A woman has been fined $250 for stabbing a man with her stiletto while intoxicated on a night out.
Twenty-one-year-old Jazzmin Fry from Brisbane, Australia, received no conviction for targeting stranger, Kyle Johns, 19, while celebrating her 21st birthday.
In an interview with Channel 9, she said: "It was a drunken act. It was my 21st birthday and it's not me. I don't know why I did that and I wasn't in the right mind frame."
This shocking incident was caught on camera by a witness:
In the video, Jazzmin can be heard shouting to a retreating Johns: "Want my f***ing heel through your eyeball, c***?"
Johns' mother told the news station that she was awoken at 2:29 am on a Sunday morning to inform her that her son had been the victim of an assault.
"This voice I didn't know said, 'Are you Kyle's mum?', and I said, 'Yes', and he said, 'We've been assaulted - Kyle is laying on the ground in a pool of his own blood," she revealed.
Recounting the incident, which he said was completely unprovoked, Johns said: "[She] comes to the middle of China Town with her heels in her hand and stabs me in the crown of my head."
As a result of the injuries he was inflicted with, Johns had to have the crown of his head stitched back together.
A witness then took John's phone and called his mother to inform her what had happened.
"I arrive panicked to the ER and the ambulance hadn't arrived. I'm then told 'he has been stabbed in the head', now I imagine the worst and spiral - the emotions I experienced in 30 seconds cannot be expressed," she said.
"Worst case scenario, he could have lost an eye, suffered an internal bleed or worse - death from head injuries."
Johns is devastated by the sentence Fry has received, saying that it does not equate to the damage she caused.
"[I'm] devastated to be honest. If the roles were reversed would I be getting the same, pretty much a slap on the wrist?" he said.
While the 21-year-old has not received an official conviction, she was fired from her job at real estate company Ray White.
Ray is described on her former employer's website as being proud of "her ability to build strong relationships with both landlords and tenants, believing prompt and reliable communication is the key."